- U.K. CPI inflation in the month of March was at 10.1% — 0.3% lower than the previous month.
- This was the seventh consecutive month inflation remained above 10%.
- While the U.K. core CPI did not come down, in fact, month over month — it rose +0.9%.
- Food price inflation rose to the highest level in 45 years.
- At the next meeting, money markets are now pricing a 5% terminal rate for the BOE and a 91% probability of a 25bps rate hike.